The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 7, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 7, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Wining aiid his PiWnj)'!v;iiuan.i al ' I-ouis, arc visiting Mrs, Williams' i w m, u l ' t ir mother M:; ( ; w 1{mn . ' Orplic'um tlicater \veix 1 ' Mr. Bi , d Mrs. 'M uiidcwcul a ill tin: Memphis John Mijcs Miller. MK-, Nell , clcn. She plans to be here (or about' tion ns. Afr. and Mis. RK1 CraKford, 1".v, rettiraeci to Chi- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandefur, Miss w-.lde'n ' COUBIER NE*\VS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Ticket WU1 Adffllt Mrs. irma Buncli and companion, 715 I'atU St. —10 tue—- 1UTZ THEATER —to secrr "FIGHT FOI? YOUR I.ADY" FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia con.miiivuu$tiiviu.iKc. i Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS 'rvesday Bridge club "mcctin \vj(h Mrs W Lto,i Smith. 1 .Mrs. Jesse. Taylor entertaining) tl\c Young Matron's club. l p.. A. R. Having luncheon meeting with Mrs. F. B. Joyner at 1:00 o'-clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Ladies' Bible Study of Church ol Christ''meeting with Mrs. Ben- nle Cook. Delphian Pine Arts 'meeting at 9 SO a in ,<t Hotel Noble. Wednesday Bridge cmb meeting T*!th Mrs C A Cunningham. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. D." A. Lynch entertaining the Mld-Weck Budge club. Thursdaj Luncheon club meeting, with Mrs. Ross D. HUGhes. , Business Girl's Circle of the Wo- man's' Missionary Union.of First Baptist church meeting nt church at 1 30 p m MRS. A. T. Gioar entertaining Thursday Afftrnoon club. Thursday Contract club meeting] «!th Mrs. G O Caudill. •United Daughters of Confederacy meeting nt 2 30 p in at home ol Mrs, James B. Clark willi. Mrs. A. "M R Biaiison as co-hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mr8. llenkejt Welcnkninp en- .'t'crtaming Die Golden IJiUe Sunday school cluss of the Fii-st Christian -church, al 7;30 p. in. -. Literary Department of YVtmiRii'j club meeting at ciub house at' 3:01) o'clock. AVouian's Club I'Ja'ns for Dbtnct Federation Meclim;. Plans 1 for (he Forrest City Dis- •tricl -Feiieralion meeting, lo be ii'cld here Aiiril !i arid li. were tlis- '.cusscd by members of the Wo- •'iium's. club at "their luncheon and ?cuer.U meeting Fiidax afternoon al Ihc rtub house when Mrs, O "Fapny! Fan-nee! It's Jimmy. Was it him or Uidc you wanted me to tell you've out?" cicc- home tthicJt was atiractively ortvted with spring flowers. In the card games, Mrs. w. M. Rrolheiton receive:! u compact, for high s:orc nml Miss Mnrgncrlle Mellhews. n potted plant for the cut, princ. Mrs. Crigger was pi'c- senteil coslume jcivelry. A s:alad course was scrvccl by the hostpsses nt the conchision of the Dcjnpnstralion Club News Nolcs Mrs, V.mce and, Sin Sliaily Lane TVenty lines members 'cf the :ino Home Demonstration I) met tit- the Imme ol Mrs. M:C;ord Thursday for an all -- , I day minting. The suesls were entertained wilh Mrs. McCoi;! mid Mrs. C. McII.if- n contest in which Mrs. E. K^]ale,r ev SCVTO | ;u , old fashioned dinner rectivt.1 n polled plant lor) Ilic J to '(he guests, contest award. Mrs. CrlB 5 er was •,(,., * Ulh will meet with Mr;;. I Thursday after- chii noon with an informal ' party in honor of Mrs. c. E. Crigger. a geranium In bloom. . . . _ ________ L Robinson, cf Earle, president Tile remainder of the afternoon 0,1 IIS; Fctrtst Oily District Fed- was spent in .lemlncscing of imt < era'Ion, ^as a guest of the trroilp. clrs at Av ' be Avmorei. ,10- ',A-des;ert course was scrvc.-l 'bv cal nine converHlon committee at,- the hostesses. i ' (he luncheon which pre ceded (ftp rjeneul meeting. The Jocal nine n composed of chair- ^iiien or ftirrercnt committees .to arrange for Ihc federation meeting Membeis'cf this group and their comrniUces aie Mrs. S, S. blerntcrg chan man aj^ large of tlie local nine ^a;, B A. BUPC decorations, Mis J w Adams sr°! . -y -r At the Hospitals •• . _ _ .. ,. „' ' : Mvs - bon B »>'ns, ol Slcele, was <! le U'.vlhcville 1'os- ful " >lllc - ; l lf » !>lt:U , ., luncheon, MIT, Oeoigc M. Lee, l - ; Mifs Malinc Sweflt, of Slcele, is n patient at the Blythcviile hos- , , Mis E M. Terry Jioines, Mrs J D Barksdaie, '• arrangement, Mrs Samuel p. Nor- Jis, pubhcih Mrs Paul L Tipton, piogfam i\fis Hirry Kirby pages ' ' ' Tlic color scheme of green and 3ello« was earned out by tiie aprmg flowerb which decorated the club house and appeared on the (able which was set with green glassware . and. green napkins lamch'oqir was served the group by fhe Dogivobd Home Demonstration club.. v At tlie conclusion of the luncheon, a program on "American citizenship" vas- presented under tne direction of Mrs. James B Clark, who fpoke on the subject. A/round table discussion followed :,her. talk: " Curing the business session plans yerc completed for the club's serving the Business and Professional Women al their dinner ?h a I C Vi ?1- U was also Decided that the group would hold a benefit bridge luncheon the latter part of 'this month. Several new members have been asked to join tho organization. They are; Mrs. Earl Buckley Mrs Chester Caldwelt, Mr.s. o, M' Morgan. Mrs. Hugh Harbcrl. Mr.s K U \\ebb. Mrs. Jamie Fox. Mrs I 0.'lV«lbrook jr.. Mrs. j. K p'ai- tcrGon, Mrs. L. E . Baker, Mr, j Bar S- Mrs ' Char l'» Wylic". Wilimm Berryman. Mrs Wood and Mrs. H A ' ' Lcran A. Robinson, .who has been a.'.- the Blytheville hospital, has been moved to his home at Armqrcl in a Cobb ambulance. Miss.Jane Hollipeler was removed yesterday from the BlvlhcVitle hospital, where she underwent an operation a week ago. to her home in the .Simon apartments in :i Cobb ambulance. Mrs. L. W. Knoll, of Cavuth.... ville, was admitted to the Memphis Baptist hc-pltai yesterday. Mrs. Joe Ferguson, of Wilson, is a patient at Ihe Memphis Melhn- 11. R. Crawford, of Dell, has been adiniUe.;) to the'Memphis Methodist hospital. W. A. Scott March n. Dell 1'lans wore made for the ccunly :;crap book and for a silver lea to tic given at the home of Mrs. M. W. l,:wls, March 17, at the meting of Ihe Dell Home Demons! ml Ion club Friday afternoon at Mrs. C. L. Grccnway's hcmc with Mrs. J. L. Wallace as co-hostess. Mrs. Lewis was in charge of Ihc devotional service for the meotiiiL whi:h was opened with a song. Each member responded to the roll call by telling (heir plans for Better Homes Week. Mrs, J. A. Pucketl gave a talk on "Spring Gardening" which was fol- j lowed by a round lable discussion plants and shrubs. Dvirfng the cocial hour, the hostesses served n samlivlch plate to Ihc 20 membei-s and 2 visitors pres- cm. Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Mildred Lou llubbard, whp Is n sliiclcnl, at Southwestern University at Memphis, spent the weekend wilh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. G, llubbard. Mr. and Mrs, Knrmcr ,... f .».,» and Mr. and Mrs. LcRoy liiidijlc- ston wore In Memphis Friday nlelil for DIP Fml Wai Ing show at the Oijiheum theater. Mr. and Mr.s. Edgar Skinner had as their weekend guests. Bob Thompson and Edward Ryder, of Ponliac, who 'attended the Maid! Qrna In New Orleans and stopped here en route home.' Mr. nnd Airs. Eddie u. pay-id and Mrs. B. P. Potter were called lo Manila yesterday by the death of Mr. David's grandinather, Mrs. H. A. David. Funeral services will he held at 2:00 o'clock lodny at Manila Methodist chhrch. nay Beck, who nnderwcnl an appendectomy at (hq Blythevjllc hospital a week apo, will probably be removed lo nis home the middle of Hie week. Mr. and 'MKJ. 13. W. I'nddison, i of Ml. Airy, N.»C'., arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. U. P. paddlson'.' Mr. and Mrs, D. T. Blcdsoc, ol Tama, Ark., were the guests of Mrs. Dlcdsoc's sister, Mrs. B. p. follcr, an<l Mr. and Mi's. Eddie 13. David for several days. Mr. and Airs. J. c. Elfe returned lasl highl from GnUpprt, Miss., where Ihpy visited their son, j.'c. jr., ivho is a student at (he Gult'- coasl Military Academy there. Mr. and Mr.s. C. K. Collins spent Sunday In Memphis where they vir-itcd relatives. Mr, nnd Mrs. L, L. KoclBcrs. Miss PhpclJc Bnochs. and Miss Lcnorc Norman, of llorscihoc Lake, ant Mrs. D, L. OwaUney. of Osceola spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Skinner. Mrs. Skimici and Mrtj. filbert Ilullman. who had tocn vlsiltng In Horseshoe Laki retiinicd home Thursday. Mm. E. L. Jones, who has been ill for the past week from iniiu- fiiKi and a throat infection, is naw lunch improvci;. Mrs. E,' R. Jackson, Mrs, Vena Henley, Mrs. Floyd Simpson, Mari- Jyn Jackson, Mary Helen Mppre. I'nlly Wise, and Peggy While spent Salurduy in Memphis where Ihey .vnv. tlic motion picture "Snow: While and Ihe Seven Dwarfs." Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Diehl and Mr. and Mis. D. o'. Benson and daughter. Suzanne, nil 'of Memphis, were Ihe guests of tlie l?ev. J. T. Hood and family Sunday, Bob. Toler. of Ml. yci-iion, III.,;} spent the weekend with, his tnls. Mr. and Mrs. F, C.-Toler. ; Don I'cllil attended lo business i|i Charleston last week. Mrs.' Torn A. Little and Mrs. To iiiA. Liiu'c and tcrs. Misses Virginia and Sain- Jo,' and KOII. Tom. jr. spent yesterday In Memphis with Mr. Little, who is ill at the Methodist hospital there. Harp. Jack O'Keefe, Utho names,: Mr. and Mi's. Tom W. Jackson i Wils uavh . wiui ii.,.- hr,,, i,, ,' House Harp. John McIJoiw'l, mt<l Toiinnic Dean Hatcher left 1 critical i-ondiiioi -.- V dcorc.e Crow, Frank Hell. Don Ealuvday for Hot Springs where! MUhotlist hos"ii«> ° Pfttit. LeO J,illl7l,Uil'h X\lilH.l,.l llm\. «,,HI e^^n.t .. r.^,,. ,1,,,,,. .,'. , .' ->(J'L"J. F.'iilRlit. Lathuit Mempllis Willtaiii they will sp:nd a lew days. of Mcni- and parcnls. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Den- iVcil.'i, Ati.s.s Auillry Blylhe Mr:,, -less Ilornrr. Virgil Greene aUcmled lo iiusi-; H ,i,:,:;:' w^lbinrs'sjVen'rsatmiia'v'iiV i^'s.m U'paiilo Saturday. Mcmphlr, where Uiry attended" the Mr.s. c. G. Kcherrr and <laiii;h- iiradiictlon of "Yes. My Darliiv r. Belly .kaniiie, i.penl SiindnM Daiighter" at the tills auiiitoriuni. n I'urasoiild, Mvs . Rodnt , y J; . Danisler. Mrs. 'Mrs. Bill Crawford is in Mem- B. Armstrong, and Mrs. O. Qucl- >his for a visit wilh her parenls. iwnl;; ;;p?nt. Salurdny in Memphis Mis: Lou Hooper, who has been While then?, Ilicv MV.V Ir.e mottor II for 10 day;i from influenza, r.ow cnnvnlcscins nl her home. Mrs, Milton It. . Alleuberg impj'ovement. Winr.ji. Virgil Turner, Miss Alt:-. Mac Garlin(;ton, and Mrs, Oeoi'BC' Hunt rpciit Sutiiulay In Mciii|ihi.s.- They allriKle-1 tin- show- is, picture. "Snow While Uivarfs." s cf "SiiDW While nnd the Seven —- wiirfs." MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1938 Safety Device Buzzes ,-< Warning (o Speeders UUFFAl.O, N. O. (Ul')—A patented device to make speeding riio- lorlsts stand out like a two thumb in traffic by means of flashhi); lights and automatic buzzers lias been contrived by a local itiventor and has received the recommend- atioji ot Police Commissioner Glenn If. McClcllnn. Tlic gadget is attached lo the fpecdometer of the car. When the speed limit is reached by the driver, a ringing bell is set in action, which ijcl.s louder and louder il disregarded. Harold Jonmboro .Saturday because cl tlic denth of his ur'atHlKiyllier, Mrs. .,1-jr, K. .'jrhiipc. Putiei-al «cri-l"es for Mr».-<?rhiiei> were hvkl Kmulay, Mr. and Mrs. Alex yth-r-.vnii : ,,H .'.on. Ale>-. :IaiiclUei.s,' An and Kay, and her brolber, Hen H.'Levy, jj., of Mem- .ilils, iv.erc guesb of 13. H, Levy yes- lerday. Barbara Child, daughter of Dr. :iml Mrs. Fred Child, spent the weekend in Memphis with her j 'Mr. and Mr:;..Thu<I Nicliul:; :;;:ent. the weekend in l.illlc Reel: as Ihe B'JCil.s of Mrs. Nichols' pm'iits, Mr. and Mr.>. Hauiricl;:;. They were accni:ipanir;i by Mr. ami Mrs. Bernard Allen, who veiled elatives tfiei'e. Mr. and Mrs. John C. McIUmcy uncle, Richard Mason and Mrs. i ami family spent Sund:iy in Mem- Mason, i j)hi.^. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Shane and] , Mr. and Mv:,. J. Cecil l.nv.c and Mr. and Mrs. Bam Shane, of Para-j::6n. Jijnmic. aprni. Kundav with BOiild, were the guests of Mr. nnd | Mr, Uiwe 1 ;, nsplicw. Klin Is ill x in Mrs. Cecil Shane yesterday. ilho Metbodisl, hor-pilal. .Sunday Miss Koberla Cloytc visited licr jnlylil they were Ihe (jucMs ol Mr. over ttic Jx^we's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer (irabcr antl the I'"" 1 /Ut ' > '- J''-- 'and Mr.;. Curler ' :!u " L " l <;j)n>mr, /irk., were lire <'A)d> Ol' 1 . TliANIiS 1 wish lo thank'my friends an'l Ur. F. 1). Smith for their Xlnc|ncs$rs UiirijiS Ihe illnpss and death of ou^ •-. dsarly beloved mu-le. Charles ,lciK-r| flj I also wish to thank Ihe Rev. J. t.1 / anil E. /,. Newsom for their c,)ii- ' S .soling words and tlic Second Bap- lift church people for (lie beautiful flovvcrs. Mr. ami Mrs. John McBridc anil family. COTTON SEED f). I'. I,. N'o. II 1'irsl Year Froiu Brrwk'i- Custom Ginned BRAXTON GILL Ark. v.cckend. Miss Era Wright, and brother. .'.on :;p:nt fc'mrlav in Mrs. \V. F. Uavitl, oJ M. Ira. of Gsceola, will retiirn tomor- ow f o in Trimble, Tenn... where they were called because of the critical illness of their grandmother, Mrs. Mpllie IRced, who died Saturday, afternoon. Among the Ulylhcvillc j cempantcd by their aiinl. Miss people who altctidcd the Itmcral Jamie Nichol:, spent Hie weckond 1-crvlres ycatcr.1ay were: Mis-. Alice Wliilsjtt, Miss Mable Hosan. Miss Mary Outlay;, Mrs. Eunice Y Miss Jessie Elite, Mrs. E. E. ley, Mrs. Harry Taylor. Mr, Mrs. Russell Campbell LyiiHii. Ms. Stanley remained in Trimble lo accompany Miss V,' home. Mrs. H. II. Hicks, of Lo< who has been visiliny Clay for several weeks, lufl day for Memphis where slir will visit her sister. She plans (o turn here before California. Mr. atul Mrs. A. T. Clear and daughter, 'Marjorie, ami Mr. Mrs. C. W. Garrignu. nnd „.. tcr. Gay, were in Memphis Sunday lo .see thi' picliirc. "Snow While anrl the Seven Dwarfs." H. HiBhfill went to Hoi ! return today. Mrs. Lnthcr Williams, formerlv Miss Loiiiit: Wnlder., and her R. A. Greetiv.'ay nill be :icrs- j hcslcss at the next meeting of Ihe •"'•'- croup and thf loplc lor discussion «'ill be "Better Homes." Ererycnc is invited (o attend these meetings, officers of Ihc group announced today. Embalmed Body Awaits Identification 28 Years Long. lake Street Is Meeting I'orlponcd '"- meeting of the Woman': wiety C f the Lak( Melliodist church, MAR! ANNA, Ark. ilJP)— Twen- ty-eiaht years ago Tom Moon, a ycung man w'orkinr; with a rail- read crew, died here of malarial Icvir. Today his body remains un- tuned and unclaimed al a funeral home. Ilic body is in a pine box and is cmlfolmcd. Thousands of persons have viewed il during ihr in- Urveiiinp years since ho died. "No onr kww where he lived siid we still hope tome day a relative will idenlify him." s:iiri undertaker -I^iily Wiillams. Answer Probably True, But Not the Right One "•:;_ I'Asc. TCX. lUiv—The city civil service commission was cx- iiminaiB candidate's for places on Ibr police force. An applicant was a;kcd: "If you were by yourself hi a \:ciirc car, and were pursued by a desperate sail? of criminal.'; in another car doing 40 miles an hour on a lonely road.Nvhal would you do?" ' "Fifly." the prospective cup replied. \ . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones an:l noil, Charles Edward, have moved to Memphis where Mr. Jone purchased a grocery and meat market, which is a unit of Liberty Cash Grocery. Bob Chjles attended to business ir. l-cachyille and Manila Sunday; Miss Marilyn Burnett** attended the lihigo and clanchv-' jiarty Mionsorcd by the Rainbow Gins of Osceolii and given at t eel Park community noii.s? ;\t i^etl Friday lilghl. Among llic Blyllievii!o (icoplr in Memphis yesterday lo NEW SPRING YAU.NS AND FASHIONS By Rcrnaf FREE INSTRUCTIONS' Airs. Leslie Hooper 1109 Chickasawba I'hwie ;<i> DON : T SLEEP WHEN GAS PRESSES HEART If you can't cat or sleep because , . Cas bloals yon up try A.llerika. O:is afternoon because of Ucic usually relieve;; Mpniach pas ? f c - L - *»•«». will be Fi'KsIng on heart. Adlcrika afternoon. held Tuesday oclock. at the To-Enter jaln l/'otmfy LMfiic the Ycw,g peop!., ncp rtu.cnt nUrUih I ,c MC M CC " St Unireh wl « inicriai.r Ihc Missiisippi rounlv league 'iucidav jii^hl at the church Irtcmbcro of Ihc orjaniiaiio:) . irc urged lo be present n v Kj .', Dounced lodiy cm BOTH upper and Inv.-rr !>o\vcl- Kirby Bro;. Drup.-Co. bOUETY— . Complihicnteri wild f M ( lv , Mrs C E Criip-r j ,md Mrs Olurlc.. Criggci jr who me movhis lodaj fosi the Armorel comnumitv \\herc thci ha\o IHed for a inmibc'r of >car^ lo Bljtlie\1He where they will reside at the O W MrCutchn home nere ccmpllmctilcd with parties eUeii D\ Mil, Artliui Vance M:ra J o Hotigood durmsi th- jest sv«et • * i Mrs Charles Ciisger was 'the' goest M honor at a bridge party » w:?-""" - •>"• •*. ••• : , l.IiT I'S AND IE ?BJ wilh OHNAMIiNTAI, All Klcd'rir Wcldinj; WINDOW GUARDS Also Ornamcnlal Hand I!:iili]iBi of All Kinds FOll toST CALL KOS BLY. MACHINE W1B.L M:8J_! TH£ liigh type of our laundry worV finds cxpressron in IhoughHul caro aivcn dainty si'i; and linens. They'll !o!l you <i cor. vincing ilory of Iho quality of wqricmanship dll your soiled or- Jicles receive when f rusted ro our care. TEST our ierwcc. You cor us responsible for wort order. Plums 180 T. Moon. and IWwin Wciili'iun pent Die weekend Ktiscr U'itli their ;;i.iudmolher, Mrs. C. L. Nichols. Mr. ruul Chile and son who hnci be there relurnocl home witii llicni. ' who atteittl Arkansas Stair at Jonrs'ooiD. spent the' wco-k.-ml with their parents, Mr. ami Mrs .spent the weekend iii Cape Uirnrilcau. Charles and Gordon iii\iney. who ' arrived Saturda W.ico. 'i'cs.u — Mrs. I. f. CoUon, I "14 Moir.iv.- Avc.. tiys : "Wlu-n I ha, I 11" nppclitc ,T|1,V irlt :;tis-- fnn. ivenk , ]>r. 3'ictcc'.* l-'ivor- l'r<-*tn"|itioLi. It is ^n niiicl I lu- nctii-:, ,-uti! it fjavr nir iin ii>i, ( . iqc anil me feel so iiscT." Ask jour Friday foi- flic races. He pl Sec hove much slionccr louit. daughter, Jiriilh EvcrylJiing Tor your enter Matinees Sutunby * Sunday Only tiiinmcnt and comfort. Admission aiufincc 10 c & 2Gc Admission Niffht We ,fc SGc Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests SS.5ll-;><).5() Values All Heels -Al! Styles & Colors 1-ADIIiS' and MISSiCS •S:t.!>5 SI'OKT S H 0 1C S MbRJOIlE 1030 MAROARtT DUMOIIT ) n c K c A » s 9 n tK_0'.!»OIO PIC lust JJ Adwlls ^ilinlUcd for 1'ricc of ) He P>-< t r-j Tro Of cr F * h .. . _ ^ < • *\ 1 01 ?l I c 1" t i lor join ro iDA LUP5NO GRAHAMS Jcnci ' jcn . p ct | Outlfcylo' Trco'L-rrcrf l*r - r c.->cn filar Ay Ernetl •7^^'ffi:aforetK MO r i c iu R t

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